The psyche: a land of many maps

I delight in considering the human psyche and the human experience in general from as many different perspectives as possible. I find that lack of attachment or belief to the different systems is rather essential. I find developing this skill has allowed me to speak with far many more individuals about their personal experience than would be possible otherwise. I think it would be lovely if this was a skill that was taught to most, if not all, mental health workers. … [click on title for the rest of the post]

SPRING is in the air (and our psyches)

It's a shame we're not taught to contemplate the changes our bodies/minds/spirit go through with the change of seasons. It's been a source of some of my deepest revelations to note that I too am part of these cycles. So lovely! Not SAD (seasonal affective disorder) 🙂 I was happy to read Laura Kerr's new piece just as I was feeling spring approaching too. My entire being tingles with the change! I've made brief mention of the movement in the fall before. But spring, is, without doubt, more exciting. … [click on title to read the rest]

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